Friday, March 21, 2014

Amnesty Int'l Invitation for Activists

Announcement from Amnesty International to Activists!

Amnesty International USA Action Alert
It's time to Bring Human Rights Home. Register now.

We need you in Chicago.

The best Human Rights Conference of the year begins in 14 days.

Unite in person with many of the activists who make up the most powerful human rights movement in the world. Get the knowledge and skills to tackle the biggest human rights challenges of our time.

Don't miss this – register for Amnesty's 2014 Human Rights Conference and Annual General Meeting right now.
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Dear Mary,

We've got 14 days to get you to Amnesty's 2014 Human Rights Conference, April 4-6 in Chicago.

Mary, here's our plan. We have no time to lose.

STEP 1: Register right now.

Break out your cape. The 2014 Human Rights Conference is THE summit for super activists like you. (We welcome superheroes in training, too!)

This year's theme is Bringing Human Rights Home. It's all about you – how you can be more effective, preparing you to take up today's human rights challenges, uniting you with fellow activists to energize and expand this movement.

You need to be there – register today!

STEP 2: Recruit fellow activists

Bringing Human Rights Home is more fun (and effective) with a friend. After you register, tell people that you're going to Bring Human Rights Home and invite them to join you – send emails; post to Facebook and Twitter and your other social networks; text; and yes, ask in person.

Reserve your ticket now for the 2014 Human Rights Conference.

STEP 3: Behold the agenda.

Prepare for an explosion of learning, and the opportunity to put your new skills to use right away. On Friday, you'll participate in a direct action designed to Bring Human Rights Home to the heart of Chicago. On Saturday, you'll hear directly from renowned journalist and New York Times best-selling author Glenn Greenwald.

Throughout the entire Conference, you'll be building the foundation for Amnesty's work in 2014 to stop human rights violations.

Your journey to the 2014 Human Rights Conference starts here.

Cammie CroftSincerely,

Cammie Croft

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